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Shall I Compare my Poem to a Women When we talk about sex we can mean one of two things One is being physical with someone else and two to say whether a person is a man or a woman People contain physical characteristics which distinguishes them from either being man or women The sex of someone is what a person is and the gender of a person is how he or she present and express themselves They can act more feminine or more masculine Typically the women are more feminine and the males are more masculine Yet sometimes the roles of the two change One can look and be a man yet maybe his voice walk and manner of presenting himself may be very much like a female Of course then we would only be setting a stereotype on women that they talk with soft voices walk more elegant with shorter steps and when it comes to presenting themselves they look lovely When stereotypes about women are thrown down on paper many women usually called feminist take offense to them They dont believe women are the weaker sex or think the man is the worker of the household They dont believe a male should put women on a pedestal they just want to be equal They starve for equality and criticize those with different perspectives on how it should be A poem which shows both gender and sex is Shall I Compare Thee to a Summers Day by William Shakespeare Shakespeare expresses his love for a woman A man tells his love to a woman and does this by comparing her to a summers day It is very clear that a male wrote Shall I Compare Thee to a Summers Day It talks about the love of their life as beautiful and lovely I dont believe a woman would be saying those things about a man But just because a man wrote it
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